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Car ends up on its roof after ‘freak’ crash in Oxfordshire village

A car ended up on its roof after a ‘freak’ crash in an Oxfordshire village this morning (Friday August 18).

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The travellers' caravans in Bates Memorial Field, which arrived on Tuesday night

Travellers who camped in Kenilworth are now at Leamington park

Travellers who camped at a Kenilworth park have now moved on to the Eagle Recreation Ground in Old Town

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Cars being ticketed at the spot in Millers Road, Warwick.

Motorists angry over parking tickets at spot near Warwick Hospital

Motorists are warning others about parking at a spot on a road near Warwick Hospital which they had used regularly without being fined until recently.

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Winner announced for Leamington town council by-election

Winner announced for Leamington town council by-election

Yesterday (Thursday) Leamington Town Council held a by-election to fill the vacancy for a ward Councillor.

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Photo by Clive Peacock.

REVIEW: Retro feeling in Warwick at Classic Car Show

There was a retro feel in Warwick last Sunday. Courier and Weekly News reviewer Clive Peacock went to find out more at the Warwick Classic Car Show.

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Children who skip breakfast ‘may be doing themselves harm’

Children who skip breakfast ‘may be doing themselves harm’

Children who skip breakfast may be doing themselves long term harm by not getting enough nutrients, warns new research.

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The travellers' caravans in Bates Memorial Field, which arrived on Tuesday night

UPDATE: Travellers in Kenilworth park create mess before leaving

Travellers who set up camp in a Kenilworth park this week have now gone, but left a mess behind.

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Photo of a recent protest in Warwick about the proposed cuts to children's centres in Warwickshire.

Campaigners urge for rethink on proposed cuts to Warwickshire children’s centres

Campaigners are urging councillors to rethink their proposed cuts to children’s centres after handing over a 1,800-signature petition to Warwickshire County Council.

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Man arrested under suspicion of assaulting police and burglary in Kenilworth

Man arrested under suspicion of assaulting police and burglary in Kenilworth

A man has been arrested under suspicion of assaulting police and burglary in Kenilworth this afternoon (Thursday August 17).

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From left: William Kitchen, Duncan Simpson and James Price of the Taxpayers' Alliance

HS2 ‘a waste of public money’, campaigners claim in Leamington today

HS2 costs too much and is a waste of public money, a campaign group claimed in Leamington today (Thursday August 17).

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Women's Bowls at Victoria Park, Leamington. ENGNNL00120130731105355

Leamington named as part of Birmingham’s 2022 Commonwealth Games Bid

Leamington has been chosen as one of the venues in Birmingham’s bid for the 2022 Commonwealth Games.

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Photo by Severn Trent.

Warwickshire residents encouraged to ‘fight fat’ in sewers by recycling

Severn Trent is encouraging people across Warwickshire to ‘fight fat’ and help keep the sewers clear of blockages.

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One of the marked trees on land just off Rouncil Lane

Kenilworth oaks are here to stay, council confirm

Marks on around 50 trees in a rural part of Kenilworth has caused a scare for residents that they might all be cut down.

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NAMED & SHAMED: The Warwickshire businesses which failed to pay workers minimum or living wage

A total of 233 businesses which underpaid workers have been ordered to repay staff money - including three Warwickshire firms.

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Robert Buswell will be retiring this week and is closing his business 'Wedgnock Garage'. NNL-170815-225344009

End of an era for Warwick garage owner

This week marks the end of era for a garage owner in Warwick as he shuts up shop and retires after working there for more than 50 years.

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Students are receiving their A-level results today

LIVE: A-level results day in Leamington, Warwick and Kenilworth

Thousands of students across Leamington, Warwick, Kenilworth and their surrounding villages will be getting their A-level results today.

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Leamington Mayor Cllr Caroline Evetts with heritage walkers are her fundraising event for her chosen charities.

Leamington Mayor’s fundraising event raised hundreds of pounds for good causes

Leamington Mayor Cllr Caroline Evetts has helped to raise hundreds of pounds for her chosen charities at the first fundraising event she hosted.

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John & Sarah Maudsley are pioneering cancer scientists from Kenilworth, and their new treatment for pancreatic cancer has been given the green light for trials. NNL-170815-225613009

Pioneering Kenilworth scientists to celebrate as their cancer treatment approved for trials

Two Kenilworth scientists whose pioneering cancer treatment has now been approved for trials will be celebrating their achievement this weekend.

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left to right  Les Price, Sue Price-Jones, Tom Price-Jones, Andre Klein, Isobel Cowper (Warwick Racecourse) and Helen Maclagan

Classic bike and car display returns to Warwick this weekend

Vintage mountain bike enthusiasts from across the country and abroad will be heading to Warwick Racecourse this weekend for the fourth annual Iconoclassic show.

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Lily Brownjohn (left) and Maggie Field (right) next to one of the scarecrows

Scarecrows pop up in Kenilworth allotments ahead of open day

Scarecrows have popped up once again in Odibourne Allotments this week in anticipation of its open day on Sunday.

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